A recital took place at the church of St Nicholas in Oberndorf in Salzburg, on the evening of 24 December 1818.
Volume 70 Issue 12 December 2020
Breaking into the masculine public sphere of the interwar years.
The depth of China’s influence over South-East Asia.
‘Crazy Jane’ was ubiquitous in the late 18th century, the archetypal figure of those driven mad by disappointed love.
Exploring the meaning of Lascaux’s galloping herds.
Agent Sonya: Lover, Mother, Soldier, Spy by Ben Macintyre punctures the myths surrounding Russian spy Ursula Kuczynski
A 17th-century depiction of Joseph and Jesus marks a shift in the status of the nuclear family.
We ask four historians to consider the reputation of Henry II’s Archbishop of Canterbury, who was murdered 850 years ago this month.
Understanding the immediacy and confusion of the Blitz.
A history of sport in England hits a six.